In case I've never mentioned it, I admire your work. You and I seem to be drawn to a lot of the same subjects. Although you do a much better job capturing them than I do.
Thanks, XO, you're very kind. Our tastes are definitely similar. Remember though, my images have had the Photoshop hammer applied so severely that the pixels scream - that, and I got a forty year head start. My first roll of Kodachrome was 1966. You also never see my rejects. :-)
Dude. My first roll was Kodak 120 in a plastic Diana dimestore camera in 8th grade Photography Club. 1968? And my exposures get so heavily Photoshopped that The Russian once commented that it looked like "my camera f**ked a box of crayons". LOL! I particular enjoy your vintage auto detail. You capture and present a quality that eludes me.
XO, the image is all that matters. How you get it is of no concern. I've been scanning some film from the '70s, and as long as the image is strong, nothing else matters.
I believe we met once at a Blog Meet at The Levee. A remedial clink of the glass may be in order.
That we did, and yes, we should.
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